Tag: 366 Fighter Wing
  • Keeping COVID at bay and the kids at play

    Becoming a parent or guardian to just one child is a huge responsibility. Now imagine you’ve been entrusted with the health and safety of approximately 600 children during a constantly evolving global pandemic.
  • Run Toward the Fire: My journey through mental illness

     Suicide has been a part of my Air Force journey. It took a conversation with someone I trust and respect greatly, who also happens to be a mental health professional, to realize that suicide came nearer to defining my own story than I’d been willing to admit.“I’m going to give you one piece of advice,” he said.“Run toward the fire.”I had been
  • 366th CES uses quick thinking to maintain mission readiness

    The 366th Civil Engineer Squadron is a 300-person squadron directly supporting F-15E operations of the 366th Fighter Wing. On Nov. 23, 2020 their lighting circuit board failed. Without these lights, CES was far below the lamp out requirements that would allow the flying mission to continue.
  • Gunfighters demonstrate air dominance at Checkered Flag 21-1

    Off the shores of Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, the radios are crackling with the sound of the 389th Fighter Squadron “Thunderbolts” flying in Checkered Flag 21-1, the Defense Department’s largest air-to-air exercise.
  • Live Capabilities: 726 ACS executes real world adaptive skill

    The Air Force’s ability to adapt , innovate and overcome dates back to it's inception. Implementing those adaptive skills, even in the midst of uncertainty sets the Air Force apart as service. The 726th Air Control Squadron exemplified this when they executed a live mission take over for the 266th Range Squadron to support the 428th Fighter Squadron during their weapons qualifications.
  • Creativity stemming from all Airmen

    The Air Force holds an annual event called “Spark Tank”, where they take ideas from Airmen that can help innovate and improve processes within their work space.
  • Lt. Col. Lapp celebrates Fini Flight and Retirement Ceremony

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Aaron Richardson, 366th Operations Support Squadron director of Maintenance (Left), and Lt. Col. Aaron C. “Badger” Lapp, 366th Fighter Wing director of operations and Plans (Right), participate in Lapp’s Fini Flight on the flightline, May 15, 2020, on Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. A Fini Flight is a tradition among Air
  • Women’s History Month: Honoring Airmen past and present

    Everyday women continue to make great contributions to our society and make history in our military. Today, over 100,000 women serve our Air Force and continue to honor our country and those who have served in the past with their accomplishments.
  • 366th FW Marquee sortie message: What does it mean?

    The marquee message is designed to let the base populace know how many sorties each fighter squadron has to complete to reach their monthly goal.
  • MHAFB Medication Disposal Box

    When receiving over-the-counter medication, there is a timeline for when it is allowed to be taken. What if there’s left over medication from a previous prescription? Airmen at Mountain Home Air Force Base can deposit any unused prescription medication into the Med Safe box at the Medical Treatment Facility year round.

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